During my trip to Poland I visited three cities in a week time. And I must say, I love Central Europe. This trip only makes me want to see more of this beautiful part of Europe. The Polish cities are so charming, so characteristic and so cozy. And on top of that, it’s filled with lovely bistros and cafes. Places where you can easily spend a couple of hours soaking up the vibe. My personal favorite was the city of Poznan where you can visit the most charming ones. In the blogpost, I am sharing three cafes in Poznan for a great cup of coffee or a bit.
My absolute number one, the Weranda Caffe. Its ceiling is filled with countless decorations which symbolize the changing seasons. In spring it’s brightly colored and overtly green, in fall it’s dominated by golden brown colors. Each time you visit Weranda you’ll be surprised. They offer, in addition to a great selection of tea, some nice salads and delicious grilled sandwiches. But it’s not only the food that makes this place great, it’s also the unique look. The ceiling, the fresh flowers and the wooden furniture. It gives you that relaxed backyard feeling, exactly how the owners envisioned it. That’s why the name ‘Weranda’ means porch or veranda.
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Another great spot is the Minister Cafe. Minister Cafe is the perfect place to sit down for some coffee and a big piece of cake. Maybe it’s a bit hard to find (all tucked away in an alley), but once you’re inside it’s definitely worth it. The interior is nice and cool and is mainly dominated by the colors white and brown. And oh, don’t forget about the huge mural. A somewhat nineteenth century nobleman that made a living as a minister, which is something that is being mocked in this cafe. After all, this man is not that special. Anyone can be a minister, like the staff is showing on the picture gallery in the hall. It’s quite amusing. Definitely a nice place to stop by when you’re taking a noon stroll through Poznan.
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We discovered this cafe by accident on a rainy morning. Looking for some breakfast we spotted a couple of guys bringing some fresh mint and oranges inside this cafe. We didn’t hesitate for long and followed the men inside. Here we saw the most sweet and lovely interior of all Poznan. Soft couches, white colors and little wooden birds and cages up on the wall. It literally was an interior straight out of an interior magazine. I loved it so much, the next morning I came back for some more breakfast.
Which cafes in Poznan would you like to add to this list?